CHINA EXPECTING A RECORD-BREAKING SPRING FESTIVAL

Nik Fes -
Chinese people are preparing for the upcoming Spring Festival or the Chinese New Year. It is expected that many will be on the move, as the current economic trend favors travelling. According to Ctrip...

TURKISH TOURISM REPORTS POSITIVE NUMBERS

Daniel A. Tanner -
Turkish tourism suffered a decay in the last couple of years due to various reasons – terrorism, political instability, and disputes. Now, the industry is set for a revival in the future, with 2017 sh...

ICELAND TOURISM INDUSTRY EXPECTS RESTRICTIONS AND TAXES

Gregory Dolgos -
Iceland has been experiencing a historic tourist boom for 7 years. 20% more tourists are flooding its volcanic soil every year. The Icelandic government is now considering whether to impose taxes or r...

MADAGASCAR TOURISM FACES SUBSTANTIAL LOSSES

Tomas Haupt -
On the eve of the launch of the 2018 tourist season, which normally starts in April, Madagascar tourism sector is in the red. Tourism is suffering the full impact of bad weather with the destruction o...

MEDICAL TOURISM IN THAILAND STILL VERY ATTRACTIVE

Tomas Haupt -
According to estimates, the contribution of the Thai tourism industry to the country’s GDP represents between 12% and 18% of the economy, employing approximately 6.2 million people directly and indire...
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